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The Bicycle Animation

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Uploaded on Nov 23, 2011

This is a piece created to question what makes a video go viral as part of my CSM 3rd year dissertation project . I've taken a lot of influence from other contemporary designers who are using these techniques to explore the way we look at animation and how its made.

As stated on my channel I have interviewed animators such as Jim le Fevre and in my research referenced other people using this technique such as David Wilson and Tim Wheatley who did this before me. I developed this project based on what is being done in animation right now as well as a lot of primary research into the history of animation techniques.

Big Thanks to my friend Stefan Neidermeyer who did the sound. The soundtrack is made up of various bike noies recorded during the filming process which Stef then remixed to make the amazing soundtrack.

Thanks to Henry Chung (http://henrichung.wordpress.com/) Fernando Laposse (http://www.fernandolaposse.com) and Dominic Roup and their great bikes for making an appearance.

Any Questions contact: katy.bev@gmail.com

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